Carlson vs SFH fish oil
Check out these reviews and videos for Carlson fish oil vs SFH fish oil and you be the judge which one is best.
Carlson The Very Finest Fish Oil Liquid Omega-3 Lemon, 500ml review by Erik: Bottom Line: Fish Oil really works to prevent artery disease, namely heart disease and strokes. It’s not a bogus health food thing, it really works.
Video – Carlson fish oil benefits
You need the EPA and the DHA from the Carlson Fish Oil. The other omega-3’s, 6’s etc. aren’t the same. Skip the flaxseed, etc. You want enough EPA and DHA, you don’t wanna be grossed out by the taste or get a fishy “repeat”, and you don’t wanna drink a bunch of unnecessary fat.
This stuff is good because: it has the right concentration of EPA/DHA: 1.3 g/teasp, which is high. And it tastes good. Even Nordic Naturals, a very respected company, has a similar EPA/DHA level, but tastes nasty.
SFH SO3+D3 Omega-3 OilSFH Fish Oil by Becca B.
When it comes to quality, SFH has their bases covered. SFH fish oil contains no soybean products, no sugar, and no gluten. It is made from anchovies and sardines and contains no artificial colors or flavors. The fish oil is also third party tested as proof it is free from PCBs, DDT, mercury, cadmium, lead, aluminum, and arsenic.
Again Faster Review SFH Fish Oil
SFH Fish Oil comes in lemon, tangerine, mint, vanilla, and chocolate. My personal favorites are the mint and tangerine. All of the flavors taste slightly better when chilled, but even warm, straight from the bottle they are all completely palatable. I find the vanilla and chocolate to be slightly disconcerting due to the contrast of dessert-like flavor with oily texture, but if you are intending to add your fish oil to a shake then these flavors are great.
If you are unsure of which flavor is right for you, then the five-bottle SFH travel pack is a great way to test out the flavors. These bottles are also TSA compliant for those of you who don’t want to be separated from your fish oil for extended periods of time.